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FDA Warning About Packaged & Processed "Bone Treats"

A warning for dog owners about a time honored treat dogs love. The FDA says "Bone Treats" or cooked and processed Ham Bones, Pork Femur Bones, Rib Bones and Smokey Knuckle Bones and any bone dried through a smoking process or by baking could be deadly. The agency says about 90 dogs have been...
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Time And Money Saving Hack For Your Dishwasher

We've found a hack that not only will dry your dishwasher dishes fast but will save you money. Ready? The second the final rinse cycle is complete, open the dishwasher door. Now of course your first reaction is why, as the drying cycle hasn't begin and all those dishes are going to remain wet,...
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The Prosecco Smile Can Lead To Tooth Decay

We grew up hearing that soda would ruin our teeth and now that we're grown up we're reminded the same thing can happen drinking wine. Imports of prosecco, a sweet sparkling wine from Italy has risen over 31% from last year. The popularity of this beverage has created a new term, the prosecco smile...
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What Is Dry Drowning And Symptoms To Look For That can Save Their Life

This summer has introduced us to a new term, dry drowning, after two cases of children dying from the condition after swimming in a pool. The rare medical condition that predominantly affects children because their bodies are small happens when water is inhaled. Dry drowning occurs when water is in...
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Ease Your Eye Strain On Computer Screens

On average, we spend 10-14 hours a day staring into a lighted screen. Whether it’s the TV, a computer monitor or a smart phone, it's almost impossible to avoid them and all that staring can stress out your eyes. Although there is no current data that suggest long term damage to our eyes from...
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Why You Shouldn't Store Your Champagne Bottle In the Fridge

Keeping a bottle of the bubbly in the fridge in case of a special reason to celebrate? That actually could be considered alcohol abuse as some woudl consider wasting champagne as a crime! According to the Moët & Chandon’s wine quality manager, storing champagne in the refrigerator is the worst...
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Pasco County Sheriff's Office Social Media Post Is Total Embarrassment For A Couple Trying To Start A Family

Law enforcement agencies have found social media, such as Facebook and Twitter, as great way to communicate with the public, but it can also cross the line in turning a low key encounter into a big mess. Take the story of Felicia Nevins, a 26-year-old Port Richey woman who was anxious to start her...
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National Parks Week Means Free Admission This And Next Weekend

Good news for park goers looking for a deal! The national park Service is celebrating its 100th birthday and at certain times this year, admission to all national parks is waived. This week is especially special as its National Park Week. So this weekend, April 15th and 16th and next weekend, April...
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Bathing Without Soap is Healthier For Your Skin?

Would you consider taking a shower without using soap? The expected response is "eww", "ick", "gross", "p-u" but one dermatologist says our bodies don't need soap to be clean. Dr. Sandy Skotnicki believes water is all you need to clean your body is plain water, even after hitting the gym. She is...
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Weather Can Be A Factor In Catching the Flu

Suffering the cold or flu? Thanks to last weekend's drop in temperatures, more people are feeling miserable. Come to find out that drop in outdoor temperatures play a big factor in getting sick. Researchers have confirmed that flu outbreaks seem to be activated about one week after the first really...
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